Survey set to benchmark pay and benefits in farming

Davies, Isabel
April 2015
Farmers Weekly;4/24/2015, Issue 1000, p1
Trade Publication
The article discusses a survey conducted by the periodical in Great Britain as of April 2015, which aims to benchmark pay and benefits in the agriculture sector and give an idea into people's level of career satisfaction. It reports that the survey is open for anyone working on farm such as herdsman, tractor drivers and farmworkers, or in companies that trades with farmers. Further it informs that the results of the survey will be published online in June 2015.


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